This unusual looking plant is actually a succulent from West Africa. It makes a great statement with its cactus stems that have spines along them and small leaves. The plant is also known as African Milk Tree due to the milky white sap that comes out when it is cut or broken. It is however an irritant and toxic so keep away from pets and young children. Given the right conditions it can grow into an impressive tree!
Likes a bright sunny spot but not too much hot afternoon sun as it may scorch my leaves. Let the soil dry completely before watering. Comes with full care instructions and a ceramic pot which you can choose.
Current height: 35cms
Euphorbia trigona 'African milk tree'
I offer free delivery within Hexham and there is a small charge of no more than £4 for Tyne Valley, Newcastle, Northumberland, North & South Tyneside down to Peterlee area.
You can also arrange to collect your plant.
If for any reason you are dissatisfied with your plant, please get in touch within 7 days of purchase to arrange a return.